The 4.0 liter engine is paired with a 5 speed synchromesh transmission gearbox that gets you from zero to hundred 5.8 seconds. Apparently, QT said that the 300STR could reach 3 figure speeds over ‘unmade terrains’. That is performance at its best and would give any of its competitors a run for their money. Each of these Wildcats are typically made to order so you can quite customize what you want, hence if you want more space for a specific equipment like golf clubs and such or tents, then you can do so.

It comes standard with a fully welded tubular chassis and some very nice fittings as well. 4WD is pretty standard here and if you are going off-road driving, its 5 point harness will come in very handy and extremely safe. Air-conditioning, iPod connectivity and Bluetooth too are all included so that you need not compromise on the standard comfort equipments when going on your adventure.

There are also 2 more models which are more top range and extreme which are the 400NSR and 500 DKR with engines supplied from Jaguar. The 400NSR is designed and built for hill rallies and terrain events which typically is a competition tuned model while the latter is made especially for cross country rallies that comes with a 3.0 liter TDV6 diesel engine that boosts out 245 horses and 600Nm of torque and a 4.0 liter petrol V8 engine that boosts out 275 horses and 406Nm of torque. While it might not be the most Malaysian-roads friendly car around, the 300NSR could yet be a unique model to own.